Heating and Cooling Company - Northville and Bloomfield Hills

MAINTENANCE

Your home is your largest investment. Your Heating & Cooling system needs regular maintenance.

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Sign up for our Maintenance Agreement Plan to keep your system performing at peak efficiency for the entire year.

Here are the key features of our Maintenance Agreement:

  • Two maintenance visits each year

HEATING SEASON

15 POINT HEATING SAFETY INSPECTION/CLEANING

1.     Check and adjust thermostat 9.  Check fan control
2.     Clean & adjust safety controls 10. Check manifold pressure
3.     Clean burners 11. Check for any gas leaks in furnace
4.     Clean & adjust pilot assembly 12. Clean drains/traps
5.     Adjust burner for efficiency 13. Lubricate any necessary parts
6.     Clean flame sensor 14. Change standard 1” filters
7.     Perform carbon monoxide test 15. Check complete furnace cycle
8.     Check intake/exhaust/venting

 

AIR CONDITIONING SEASON

15 POINT AIR CONDITIONING SAFETY INSPECTION/CLEANING

1.     Install gauges & check pressures 9.     Check for any visible leaks
2.     Check all voltage & AMP draw 10.  Change standard 1” air filter
3.     Check air pressure across evaporator coils 11.  Check evaporator coil
4.     Check pressure & cut out switch 12.  Check start capacitor
5.     Check all electrical connections 13.  Check compressor contactor
6.     Check & flush condensate drain 14.  Clean condensing coil
7.     Check all safety controls 15.  Lubricate all moving parts
8.     Check & adjust thermostat
  • Automatic reminders for scheduling– We’ll contact you to schedule your next maintenance check.
  • Priority booking – Our expert technicians are high in demand. All of our customers with a maintenance agreement get priority booking.
  • Discounts on any service call – We value our long term customer relationships. We stand behind any service and repair we perform. Once you sign a maintenance agreement with us, we provide additional discounts on any service call that may arise. We want to continue providing the best service for you.
  • Increase the life of your systems – Regular maintenance will also increase the life of your heating & cooling system. Don’t wait for your system to break down.

Call us today to schedule a service and to discuss the many benefits of our maintenance agreement.

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(248) 352-4656

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MEET OUR TEAM

Meet Our Team 

Jeffrey Laski – President

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Jeff oversees the daily operations at S & M Heating & Air Conditioning. Following in his father and uncle’s footsteps, he has continued to grow and evolve the company that they started in 1961. A previous partner, Richard Darin, introduced Jeff to the commercial side of the HVAC business. Jeff still enjoys going out to homes, and making sure the day to day operations are working, and the customers are happy.

On a personal note, he enjoys traveling and is very involved in numerous local and national HVAC committees. An alumni of Michigan State University, he graduated in 1976 with a degree in engineering.

David Hackman – P.E. Vice President

Engineering Department

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David started his employment at S & M Heating in April 1993 after graduating from Michigan Tech University. He holds a Mechanical Engineer license in the State of Michigan. David designs and estimates HVAC systems for commercial/industrial buildings and replacement of existing HVAC equipment, controls and systems. Part of David’s day to day responsibilities include Project Manager, engineering and purchasing for commercial projects.

David is married with two boys and enjoys watching them play hockey.  In his free time (which is rare) he enjoys golf, skiing, and reading.

Tal Siegmann – Business Development and Sales

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Tal, our newest member of the team, oversees the business and sales side of S & M Heating and Air Conditioning. With vast experience owning his own business and then directing a multi-million dollar enterprise, Tal’s strength is looking at both the big picture and all of the details within. His focus is reviewing current business protocols and procedures and continuing to grow this successful business. Tal’s passion is building wood furniture, with an emphasis in marquetry.  When not working in his woodshop he loves spending time with his wife, Lisa and their three children.

Jay Petit  – Field Manager

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Jay has been with S & M Heating & Air Conditioning since 1990.  Prior to serving as the field man, he served 14 years as a Journeyman sheet metal worker. He works with the project management team serving as a liaison between our clients, our employees and our engineering staff. His responsibilities include making sure that all the technical drawings and plans come to life on the commercial or residential project. You will see Jay in the field making sure the job comes in on time and exceeds customer expectations.

When not at work Jay spends time with his wife and three sons.

Jonathan Dado – Engineering Assistant  

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Jonathan has been with the company since November 2015. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Science of Architecture and is currently enrolled in a Master’s Program at Lawrence Technology Institute.

Jonathan prepares the technical drawings and plans under the direction of the mechanical engineer. The majority of the plans are design to build and/or shop drawings that show the detail and assembly of a wide variety of mechanical system.

Jonathan is interested in anything that has to do with architecture, nature, sports, and food.

Jo Ellen Stanley – General Manager

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Jo Ellen started at S & M Heating after graduation.  She has over 40 years’ experience in the HVAC field and is the General Manager.  Her responsibilities are to oversee the daily operation of the office, service department, warehouse and commercial projects.

She enjoys gardening, art projects and spending time with her family.

Linda Gruss – Service Manager

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Linda has over 39 years in the HVAC industry and 15 years with S & M Heating & Air Conditioning. She handles incoming service requests, scheduling, dispatching service techs, executing service maintenance contracts, invoicing, process warranty parts/equipment returns, energy rebates, city mechanical permit applications, order maintain service parts and equipment. She also handles all customer service issues.

As a volunteer Detroit Police Reserve Chief, she serves the Detroit community by providing visibility patrols throughout the city neighborhoods in a police car. She also spends hours riding and showing her beautiful horse.

Cindy Stacks  – Financial Controller

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Cindy has been with the company for five years. She handles the financial reports, cost reports, HR, payroll, A/R, A/P and all accounting needs.

Her passion is reading and traveling. Cindy finds joy in art projects and gardening.  But best of all she loves to spend time with family and friends.

Pat Lloyd – Warehouse Manager

Pat handles all shipping and receiving, job site deliveries, clean up and manages warehouse inventory. He can be seen on job sites assisting any way he can.

In his spare time he enjoys gardening and honing his billiard skills.


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CONTACT US

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(248) 352-4656

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Location
23262 Telegraph Road, Southfield, MI 48033
Phone: (248) 352-4656 Fax: (248) 352-3045


Heating and Cooling Company - Northville and Bloomfield Hills

NEW CONSTRUCTION

Residential

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For over five decades, S & M Heating & Air Conditioning has installed Heating and Air Conditioning systems in thousands of homes, over twenty thousand apartment units, condominiums, and senior living housing. We always take pride in providing a quality product for each installation. With our great reputation, we have kept many of these homes for our maintenance and service division throughout the years.

 

Commercial

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Our commercial division has the capacity to handle your HVAC turnkey from initial design, survey construction process to final commissioning.

S & M Heating & Air Conditioning is primarily a design/build company with decades of experience in engineering, design, estimating, HVAC installation – equipment, sheet metal and controls work. In addition to new construction HVAC projects, we have vast experience in HVAC remodel and renovation. Our commercial HVAC history encompasses office, manufacturing, warehouses, computer rooms, restaurants, fitness centers, natatoriums and other various architectural forms. Rooftop and HVAC equipment replacement, ductwork, air distribution revisions and modifications, controls and operation issues are typical problems and opportunities that we work with our customers on every day.

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The strength of our company comes from our employees many whom have been with us for over 20 years.

Our team is comprised of office and field experts. We all work together to complete the project till our customers are satisfied with the results. Let us come work for you.


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HVAC FOR DUMMIES

So heat is created by burning the fuel (gas) inside your furnace (Some furnaces use outside air to help burn the fuel; others use air from inside your home). When the fuel burns, the hot gases that are created go through curved metal tubing called a heat exchanger and then out of your home through a metal or plastic vent pipe. At the same time, the air that circulates through your ducts passes over the outside of the heat exchanger and takes on the heat from the hot metal. The warm air is then circulated through your home. The sealed heat exchanger allows the air in your home to be heated without contaminating it with the toxic by-products of combustion.

Comfort Features –

Many furnaces offer additional features that provide greater comfort (as well as additional energy savings). Two-speed and variable speed furnaces can run on lower speeds up to 90% of the time, so they operate more quietly and run for longer periods of time than single-speed furnaces. Longer operating periods translate into smaller temperature swings. You get consistent, even heat throughout your home.
The variable speed furnaces provide a combination of comfort, efficiency and quiet performance. They can actually increase the efficiency rating of your central air conditioning system and offer you added energy savings when you use continuous fan operation in any season.

Controlling humidity can not only affect how comfortable you feel, it can actually save you money on your monthly energy bills.

Our bodies “feel” heat as a combination of temperature and humidity. In other words, the more humid the air, the warmer it feels. So if you add humidity to dry, heated air in the winter with a humidifier, you can set your thermostat lower and still be comfortable – while you save money on your utility bills.

A humidifier can also help prevent dry, cracked skin, make it easier to breathe, protect your woodwork and reduce static electricity.

Humidifiers operate on the basis of a simple concept. Air heated by your furnace passes through an evaporator pad in your humidifier. The air absorbs moisture from the water-soaked pad and becomes water vapor that humidifies the heated air that is circulated throughout your home.

The three most important factors to evaluate when you’re considering purchasing a new furnace are: Quality, Efficiency and Comfort Features 
1. Quality –
Purchasing a brand name that has a reputation for quality and reliability can save you headaches and extra expense down the road. Most of the furnaces we sell come with a minimum of 10 year warranty on parts. To that we add an additional warranty for labor. Please call us to find out the exact warranty information.
2. Efficiency –
A furnace’s efficiency rating, or AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency), tells you how efficiently the furnace uses fuel. In general, the higher the efficiency, the less fuel the furnace will use to heat your home. Many 1990 and earlier furnaces have an AFUE ratings of 70% or less.

High-efficiency furnaces offer AFUE ratings from 90% to 98%.

Although higher efficiency may result in a more expensive furnace. Rebates are available to our customers, and cheaper monthly utility bills help offset some of that cost.

3. Comfort Features –
Many furnaces offer additional features that provide greater comfort (as well as additional energy savings). Two-stage and variable speed furnaces can run on lower speeds up to 90% of the time, so they operate more quietly and run for longer periods of time than standard multi-speed motors. Single longer operating periods translate into smaller temperature swings. You get consistent, even heat throughout your home.
The variable speed furnaces provide a combination of comfort, efficiency and quiet performance. They can actually increase the efficiency rating of your central air conditioning system and offer you added energy savings when you use continuous fan operation in any season.

Similar to the furnace the three most important factors to evaluate when you’re considering purchasing a new furnace are: Quality, Efficiency and Comfort Features. 
1.Quality

Purchasing a brand name that has a reputation for quality and reliability can save you headaches and extra expense down the road. Make sure to evaluate the warranty on parts and labor.

2.Efficiency

Cooling efficiency for air conditioners is indicated by a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, which tells you how efficiently the unit uses electricity. In general, the higher the SEER, the less electricity the unit will use to cool your home. The government mandated minimum efficiency for air conditioners is 13.0 SEER.

In order for the AC to function, the outdoor unit (condenser) and the indoor unit (coil) have to match, giving you optimal performance, efficiency and comfort. 

3.Comfort Features

Some air conditioners offer additional features that provide greater comfort (as well as additional energy savings). Two-stage units can run on low speed (using 50% of the energy) up to 80% of the time, so they operate more quietly and run for longer periods of time than single-speed models providing consistent, even cooling throughout the home. 

There are basically three ways you can compare the performance of different models and brands:

  • How much energy they use to heat or cool your home (Efficiency).
  • How much you notice their presence (Sound Levels).
  • How they make you feel (Comfort).

Efficiency and Furnaces

The efficiency of a furnace is measured in a rating known as AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency). A lot like your car’s miles per gallon rating, AFUE tells you how efficiently the furnace converts fuel into heat. An AFUE of 80% means that 80% of the produced heat is used to heat your home, while the other 20% basically goes up the chimney.

The minimum efficiency gas furnace today is 80%, and we have gas furnaces with efficiencies as high as 98%.

In general, the higher the efficiency of the furnace the less fuel it will use to heat your home. If you have an older furnace, from before 1992, it probably has an AFUE of about 60%. You could save up to 60% on your heating bills by replacing it with a new high-efficiency furnace. So the cost to replace your old, inefficient furnace is paid back through lower utility bills.

Air Conditioners

Cooling efficiency for air conditioners is indicated by a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, which tells you how efficiently a unit uses electricity. The higher the number, the greater the efficiency.

The typical SEER rating of units manufactured prior to 1992 was about 7-8. Beginning in 1992, the government began establishing minimum SEER ratings for manufacturers. Currently the minimum SEER air conditioning unit has a 13.0 SEER Rating.

In order for the AC to function, the outdoor unit (condenser) and the indoor unit (coil) have to match, giving you optimal performance, efficiency and comfort. 

Sound Levels
Air Conditioners –

The sound level of outdoor units is measured in bels (similar to decibels), on a scale from 0 (barely perceptible sound) to 13 (the threshold of pain). Most air conditioners operate at 6 to 7 bels.

Depending on the location of the unit the sound level can play an important factor in deciding which unit is best for you.

Furnaces –

There isn’t a standard sound rating system for furnaces like the bel system for condensing units, so it’s difficult to compare models.

However, models that have two-stage or variable-speed operation typically also offer lower operating sound levels, because there is less noise from the blower motor and from air turbulence at lower speeds. Since two-speed and variable-speed models normally run on “low” speed up to 90% of the time, you’ll find that they’re a sound solution when you want to enjoy peace and quiet.

Comfort Furnaces –

Many furnaces offer additional features that provide greater comfort (as well as additional energy savings). Two-stage and variable speed furnaces can run on lower speeds up to 90% of the time, so they operate more quietly and run for longer periods of time than single-speed furnaces. Longer operating periods translate into smaller temperature swings. You get consistent, even heat throughout your home.
The variable speed furnaces provide a combination of comfort, efficiency and quiet performance. They can actually increase the efficiency rating of your central air conditioning system and offer you added energy savings when you use continuous fan operation in any season.

Air Conditioners

Some air conditioners offer additional features that provide greater comfort (as well as additional energy savings). Two-stage units can run on low speed (using 50% of the energy) up to 80% of the time, so they operate more quietly and run for longer periods of time than single-speed models providing consistent, even cooling throughout the home. 

You may wish to consider replacing your air conditioning or heating system if it is old, inefficient or in need of repair. Today’s systems are as much as 60% more efficient. In addition, if not properly maintained, wear and tear on a system can reduce the actual or realized efficiency of the system. If you are concerned about utility bills or are faced with an expensive repair, you may want to consider replacing your system rather than enduring another costly season or paying to replace an expensive component. The utility cost savings of a new unit may provide an attractive return on your investment.

When you’re frustrated with an equipment break-down, it can be tempting to find the least expensive “quick fix” to get on with your life in relative comfort. That “quick fix” may be the least expensive now, but it may not give you the most value – or cost you the least – in the long run.
An older system that breaks down once is likely to break down again … and again. That means more emergency service calls or, worse yet, the risk of damage to your home or to other components of your heating and cooling system. You can prolong the life of the unit by adhering to annual maintenance schedule.
There’s also an ongoing cost factor to consider. Restoring your old system will only bring it back to its current level of energy efficiency. This is the time to consider replacing an older unit with an updated high efficient one saving on the monthly utility bills. As you can see factors such as age, repair cost or energy efficiency alone cannot tell if you need to replace your unit, they should all be weighed together.

On a typical replacement, one of our expert staff will come to your home to evaluate the existing system. A few options will be presented and explained. A detailed quote is then generated and once the terms are agreed upon, an installation date will be set.

We will remove the old unit and install the new in its place.

Replacement units typically take us a day to complete.

Cooling

  • Upgrade to a high-efficiency air conditioner: Swapping your old, inefficient air conditioning system for a high-efficient one can cut electricity bills. We can ensure your system is the right size for your home, and you aren’t over-or under-cooling for your space needs. 
  • Turn up the Temperature: You can easily save energy in the winter by setting the thermostat to 68°F while you’re awake and setting it lower while you’re asleep or away from home. By turning your thermostat back 10° to 15° for 8 hours, you can save 5% to 15% a year on your heating bill — a savings of as much as 1% for each degree if the setback period is eight hours long. The percentage of savings from setback is greater for buildings in milder climates than for those in more severe climates. In the summer, you can follow the same strategy with central air conditioning by keeping your house warmer than normal when you are away, and setting the thermostat to 72°F (26°C), or your level of comfort, only when you are at home and need cooling. Although thermostats can be adjusted manually, programmable thermostats will avoid any discomfort by returning temperatures to normal before you wake or return home.

A common misconception associated with thermostats is that a furnace works harder than normal to warm the space back to a comfortable temperature after the thermostat has been set back, resulting in little or no savings. In fact, as soon as your house drops below its normal temperature, it will lose energy to the surrounding environment more slowly. The lower the interior temperature, the slower the heat loss. So the longer your house remains at the lower temperature, the more energy you save, because your house has lost less energy than it would have at the higher temperature. The same concept applies to raising your thermostat setting in the summer — a higher interior temperature will slow the flow of heat into your house, saving energy on air conditioning. 

  • Install Ceiling Fans: Change the direction of airflow on your ceiling fans. In the summer, the blades should operate in a counter-clockwise direction as a way of creating a nice, gentle wind.
  • Have Annual Maintenance Performed: Having an annual maintenance performed on your air conditioner by a licensed technician will help ensure it operates at its peak efficiency and catches any potential breakdowns before they occur.
  • Don’t Block Vents in Well-Used Rooms: Keep your supply and return air vents free of objects like blinds, carpets or furniture so your air conditioner can operate efficiently with even cool air distribution.
  • Close Vents in Less-Used Room: By closing the vents, you won’t be spending money cooling rooms that are used less.

Heating

  • Upgrade to a High-Efficiency Furnace: New high-efficiency furnaces use up to 50% less fuel than an older system. It can save you up to 25% of your home-heating costs in one year, and within a few years, you’ll have recovered the initial cost of replacing/upgrading your furnace. Choosing a model with an energy efficient motor can save 20 to 50% of the energy needed to continuously operate a fan motor. Let us show you the advantages of replacing your old furnace today.
  • Have an Annual Maintenance Performed: Having annual maintenance performed on your furnace by us will help ensure it operates at its peak efficiency and catches any potential breakdowns before they occur.
  • Install a Programmable Thermostat: A programmable thermostat enables you to control your home’s temperature when you’re away or asleep.
  • Don’t Block Vents in Well-Used Rooms: Keep your supply and return air vents free of objects like blinds, carpets or furniture so your furnace can operate efficiently with even heat distribution.
  • Close Vents in Less-Used Rooms: By closing some of the vents, you won’t be spending money heating rooms that are used less.
  • Install Ceiling Fans – Change the direction of airflow on your ceiling fans. In the winter, the blades should operate in a clockwise direction helping to push the warm air from the ceiling down into the room.

There are an abundance of possibilities that can cause your HVAC system to freeze up; almost all of them usually need to be corrected by a professional technician. Determining the air filter is clean or replaced and making sure the airflow is not restricted are about the only tasks a homeowner should safely identify or handle themselves.

  • Low Refrigerant: In some cases, freezing up is initiated by a leak in the refrigerant lines. Weak solder joints, friction from piping rubbing or vibrating against an object, leaking valves or loose fittings can cause leaks.
  • Dirty Evaporator Coil: Over time, the evaporator coil will become dirty. On these occasions, the results are similar to those of having a dirty filter. Gradually you will lose airflow, slowly enough that you probably would not realize it until it freezes up or is not cooling adequately. You will need to contact a professional to remedy the problem.
  • Defective Blower Motor or Relay: A blower motor running at an improper speed or not running at all can cause freezing. It can also be sporadic, starting at full speed and slowing down after it heats up. Or a relay could cause it to start one time and not the next. In either case, you will need to contact a professional to remedy the problem.

This depends on what type of filter system you have.1″ disposable filters should be changed every 3-4 months. Wider media style filters should be replaced once or twice a year. These are usually 4-6” wide and are considered a premium type filter. If you have an electronic air cleaner you will need to clean or wash the cells every 3 months.

There are many reasons such as safety, efficiency, comfort and to take care of things that might present a problem at an inconvenient time. A simple thing such as a plugged up filter can cause the system to fail resulting in a late evening or holiday service call. This is just one example, but there are several things we do on each call that could help prevent a costly repair later.
By maintaining the furnace, it runs at peak efficiency. It maximizes the system’s performance and provides more comfort for YOU. We want to identify problems before they occur. We cannot guarantee that you won’t have a breakdown during the winter after a tune-up but regular, annual maintenance decrease breakdowns.
We also check to see if you need humidifier pads to keep humidity at an ideal level. We perform both Commercial and Residential maintenance. The things we do are slightly different, but the reasons for doing so are the same.


Heating and Cooling Company - Northville and Bloomfield Hills

SERVICES

Residential

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We feel that it’s our job to educate you about your home’s mechanical systems so you and your family are comfortable and your property is safe. S & M Heating & Air Conditioning has installed high-quality HVAC systems in thousands of homes over the past many decades. We are equipped and qualified to deal with all types of residential equipment. Our trained and friendly professionals offer heating and cooling installation, repairs, and maintenance to help keep your home warm all winter and cool all summer. Our expert heating repair technicians can take care of any heat or cooling emergency that you may have. They’ll make sure that your heating or cooling system is functioning properly and is running at peak efficiency.

sm_resOur heating repair expertise includes all makes, models and types of heaters and furnaces. We use the latest tools and products to install your new air conditioning unit, repair your current one, and help you stay up-to-date on maintenance. It doesn’t matter if your system is old or new, if you are looking for routine maintenance or if you’re in need of a major heating repair; S & M Heating & Air Conditioning is here to help. Contact us to discuss the options for your home and to learn about the latest energy-efficient opportunities available today.

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Our goal at S & M Heating & Air Conditioning is to provide you with not only top of the line service, but to offer only top of the line quality products. Finding a reliable commercial HVAC contractor doesn’t have to be difficult. When you work with S & M Heating & Air Conditioning Sales you will receive quality solutions and a team that is dedicated to making sure your HVAC system is running as efficiently as possible. We work with office buildings, retail stores and manufacturing facilities providing service to specialized areas such as server and computer rooms.

We believe it is one of the most important duties to help inform and educate you on which products best suits your business’s needs. We know that each commercial building is different, so we would like to extend to you our quality service, our quality products and a professional staff helping people create a more comfortable, healthier building or business.

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Our technicians are trained and experienced in all walks of commercial HVAC work, and consistency go above industry standards for quality. Leave the design process to us. Once a mechanical design has been established, there is no better team of installers.

Whether you need maintenance, repair or replacement, have new construction or remodeling, we want to be your heating and cooling service provider. We offer excellent quality of service and affordable rates in Metro Detroit and the surrounding area.


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Contact Us about Joining Our Team

Job Opportunities: S & M Heating and Air Conditioning is always looking for talented, goal-oriented employees. Contact us if you thrive in a fast paced, success-oriented environment.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious belief, sex, age, GINA, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or veteran status.

For more information on job opportunities contact Jeff Laski at (248) 352-4656.


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When you visit our site, we may collect certain technical and routing information about your computer. For example, we log environmental variables such as browser type, operating system and CPU speed, and the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your originating Internet Service Provider, to try to bring you the best possible service. We also record search requests and results to try to ensure the accuracy and efficiency of our search engine. We use your IP address to track your use of the site, including pages visited and the time spent on each page. We collect this information and use it to measure the use of this website and to improve its content and performance. All of the information that is automatically submitted to us by your browser is considered anonymous information. To the extent we share such information with third parties, it is not traceable to any particular user and will not be used to contact you.

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We collect personally identifiable information only for providing the services you request, generating statistical studies, conducting marketing research, improving products and services, sending you surveys, and notifying you of new products and any other changes to our site or services that may affect you. When you submit personally identifiable information to us, you understand that you are agreeing to allow us to access, store, and use that information for those purposes.

We will not sell or give any personally identifiable information to any third parties.

We may be required by law enforcement or judicial authorities to provide personally identifiable information to the appropriate governmental authorities. If requested by law enforcement or judicial authorities, we will provide this information on receipt of the appropriate documentation. We may also release information to law enforcement agencies or other third parties if we feel it is necessary to protect the safety and welfare of our personnel or to enforce our terms of use.

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If at any time you do not wish to receive offers and e-mails from us, we ask that you tell us. You may remove your name from our mailing list by sending us an e-mail addressed to service@smheating.com and indicating in the subject line “No Offers or E-mail.”

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We operate secure data networks protected by industry standard firewall and password protection systems. Our security and privacy policies are periodically reviewed and enhanced as necessary, and only authorized individuals have access to the personally identifiable information provided by our users. We do not, however, guarantee that unauthorized, inadvertent disclosure will never occur.

Transfer of Customer Information

Customer lists and information are properly considered assets of a business. Accordingly, if we merge with another entity or if we sell our assets to another entity, our customer lists and information, including personally identifiable information you have provided us, would be included among the assets that would be transferred.


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Heating and Cooling Company - Northville and Bloomfield Hills

ABOUT US

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S &M Heating & Sales Company was founded in 1961 by today’s company President Jeff Laski’s father, Sam Laski, and uncle, Manny Laski. S & M Heating  Sales Company with the name change to S & M Heating & Air Conditioning started out servicing mainly new homes and apartment builders, but eventually developed commercial, industrial clients and a service department. The company continued to grow and by 1974, Jeff welcomed his business partner, Richard Darin.

S & M has been providing decades of dependable service and customer satisfaction. Whether your needs are large or small, we are committed to delivering the highest degree of personalized service, with a full range of services including central cooling, central heating, humidification systems, air purification systems controls and more.

Our plan is to continue to differentiate ourselves from the rest of our HVAC competitors through unique positioning, strong history and ongoing commitment to providing superior and unparalleled customer service. We look forward to helping you with your air conditioning, and heating needs. We are available around the clock, 365 days a year. Our service department includes a full fleet of qualified technicians to serve all your needs.

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S & M deals in a wide variety of HVAC and mechanical engineering applications, from residential heating systems to large commercial industrial design/builds. We employ a full engineering department and staff, as well as a fully stocked metal shop and HVAC service department.

Are you looking for a new heating or air conditioning system? Does your existing system require expensive repairs? Maybe it’s not running as efficiently as it should be! Whether your needs are residential or commercial, turn to S & M Heating & Air Conditioning for quality service and competitive pricing you can count on.